Live, Work, Play ‘Aiea   Community Meeting   ALOHA!
Agenda•  Master Plan Update, EIS Review &   Timeline•  Group Discussion Breakout•  Group Report-Back and Discussion•  Summ...
The Wonder Of Reading    THE DECURIONCORPORATION
Ross Waikiki
1946 – Pacific Theatres was founded by William Forman, establishing Drive-Inand Walk-In Theatres all over Southern Califor...
Live, Work, Play ‘Aiea
1962 – Pacific Theatres and                              Consolidated Theatres opened the                              Dri...
Planning and Design FrameworkCreate an Urban Village where all members of theCommunity can experience the social, cultural...
Community Outreach The Robertson Properties Group has been involved in over 100 outreach meetings, including:•  Area Neigh...
Community Identified Concerns•  Traffic and Congestion•  Building Heights and View   Obstructions•  Overall Project Densit...
CurrentPlanning Initiatives          •  Aiea, Pearl City Livable Communities Plan –          2004          •  Primary Urba...
Current Planning Initiatives                  Themes•  Establish Pearl Harbor Regional Town Center•  Promote Mixed Land Us...
Hawaii Project Team•  Chris Deuchar                               •  Scientific Consultant Services   –  Entitlement Consu...
Draft Environmental Impact Statement              Technical Studies•  Traffic Impact Assessment       •  Acoustic Study   ...
Alternative 1: Plan Studies                            Current Zoning AllowsRetail Focus (Mall Expansion) withOffice•  1,5...
Alternative 2: Plan Studies                           Current Zoning Allows  Add Photo Montage from Rainbow Bay MarinaOffi...
Addressing Community Concerns•  Traffic and Congestion•  Building Heights and View Obstructions•  Overall Project Density•...
Road and Traffic Improvements                •  The addition of two new fully signalized intersections at                •...
Roadway Improvements•    LWPA will moderately increase traffic, however much of the     impacts will be mitigated with new...
Draft EIS View Corridor Studies
Draft EIS View Corridor StudyView from Rainbow Bay Marina
Draft EIS View Corridor Study  View from Blaisdell Park
Draft EIS View Corridor StudyView from Kaonohi Street – Mauka of H1
Building Height Comparison
Site Section
Alternative 1: Plan Studies
Alternative 2: Plan StudiesAdd Photo Montage from Rainbow Bay Marina
$2.3 Billion economic impact                            $777 Million direct capital investment980 Jobs Created Annually950...
Draft EIS•  Published December 2011•  Comment period extended to 60 days•  View the Draft EIS at Public Library and Online...
Draft EIS Distribution for Review and Comment:Federal Agencies                                     •    Emergency Services...
Live, Work, Play ‘Aiea
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
Community Presentation - October 24, 2011
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Community Presentation - October 24, 2011

  1. 1. Live, Work, Play ‘Aiea Community Meeting ALOHA!
  2. 2. Agenda•  Master Plan Update, EIS Review & Timeline•  Group Discussion Breakout•  Group Report-Back and Discussion•  Summary and Conclusion
  3. 3. The Wonder Of Reading THE DECURIONCORPORATION
  4. 4. Ross Waikiki
  5. 5. 1946 – Pacific Theatres was founded by William Forman, establishing Drive-Inand Walk-In Theatres all over Southern California. 1978 – Pacific Theatres won the Academy Award for Technical Achievement for its Cine-Fi sound system.
  6. 6. Live, Work, Play ‘Aiea
  7. 7. 1962 – Pacific Theatres and Consolidated Theatres opened the Drive-In.1966 – Pacific Theatres andConsolidated Theatresopened Hawaii’s first swapmeet at the Drive-In.
  8. 8. Planning and Design FrameworkCreate an Urban Village where all members of theCommunity can experience the social, cultural, andeconomic benefits. A Place, not a Project,encompassing sustainable smart growth design, whilefostering an environment to Live Work and Play. •  Community and Public Agency Dialog and Outreach •  Consider Current Planning Initiatives •  Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) – Study Findings
  9. 9. Community Outreach The Robertson Properties Group has been involved in over 100 outreach meetings, including:•  Area Neighborhood Boards•  Neighboring Properties•  Community and Professional Groups•  Community Leaders (City Council Members, the Mayor, State Legislators and the Governor)
  10. 10. Community Identified Concerns•  Traffic and Congestion•  Building Heights and View Obstructions•  Overall Project Density•  Infrastructure Capacity Community Identified Benefits•  New Supermarket, Restaurants and Shops•  Public Gathering Places•  New Housing – Affordable and Workforce•  Walkable Community with Pedestrian Focus•  Jobs
  11. 11. CurrentPlanning Initiatives •  Aiea, Pearl City Livable Communities Plan – 2004 •  Primary Urban Center Development Plan – 2004 •  City and County General Plan Amendment – 2002 •  Aiea Pearl City Draft TOD Plan – 2010
  12. 12. Current Planning Initiatives Themes•  Establish Pearl Harbor Regional Town Center•  Promote Mixed Land Uses•  Integrate Higher Density In-Town Housing•  Affordable Housing •  With Expanded Choices for All Ages and Incomes•  Pedestrian Friendly Walkable Community•  Public Gathering Places
  13. 13. Hawaii Project Team•  Chris Deuchar •  Scientific Consultant Services –  Entitlement Consultant, U.S. Pacific / –  Cultural Impact Assessment, Honolulu Form Partners, Honolulu •  Geolabs•  Stryker, Weiner & Yokota –  Soils Engineer, Honolulu –  Public Relations, Honolulu •  Robert Hobdy Environmental•  Pat Lee Associates Consultant –  Community Outreach, Kaneohe –  Botanical and Fauna Studies, Haiku,•  Lo‘ihi Communications Maui –  Community Outreach, Honolulu •  B.D. Neal & Associates•  Kathy Bryant –  Air Quality, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii –  Community Outreach, Honolulu •  CPP Inc.•  PBR Hawaii and Associates –  Wind Engineering, Fort Collins, Colorado –  Planner, Honolulu •  Y. Ebisu & Associates•  MVE Pacific –  Acoustic Study, Honolulu –  Architect, Honolulu •  The Hallstrom Group•  Austin, Tsutsumi & Associates –  Market, Economic Impact and Cost –  Traffic Engineer & Infrastructure Benefit studies, Honolulu Engineering, Honolulu •  Airspace Workshop•  Cultural Surveys Hawaii –  Web and Graphic Design, Honolulu –  Archeological , Kailua
  14. 14. Draft Environmental Impact Statement Technical Studies•  Traffic Impact Assessment •  Acoustic Study Report •  Air Quality Study•  Regional Visual Impact •  Soils Study Analysis •  Market Study•  Preliminary Civil Engineering •  Economic Impact Analysis / Report Public Cost-Benefits•  Botanical Survey Assessment•  Fauna Survey •  Trade Wind Analysis•  Archaeological Report •  Shadow Study•  Cultural Impact Assessment •  Adjacent Properties View Analysis
  15. 15. Alternative 1: Plan Studies Current Zoning AllowsRetail Focus (Mall Expansion) withOffice•  1,522,600 square feet •  Traffic ……•  6,090 Parking Stalls •  19% more evening peak traffic
  16. 16. Alternative 2: Plan Studies Current Zoning Allows Add Photo Montage from Rainbow Bay MarinaOffice Focus with RetailEIS Impacts: •  Traffic……•  1,320,000 square feet •  118% more morning peak•  4,400 Parking Stalls traffic
  17. 17. Addressing Community Concerns•  Traffic and Congestion•  Building Heights and View Obstructions•  Overall Project Density•  Infrastructure Capacity….While Maintaining Community Benefits•  New Supermarket, Restaurants and Shops•  Public Gathering Places•  New Housing – Affordable and Workforce•  Walkable Community with Pedestrian Focus•  Jobs
  18. 18. Road and Traffic Improvements •  The addition of two new fully signalized intersections at •  Intersection Improvements includes: •  Left-turn and Right-turn lanes •  Additional southbound lane on the south •  Remove the raised median along Kaonohi Street •  Kaonohi Street/Pearlridge Center, new project access •  Decelerate/accelerate pocket lanes at project entrances •  Dedication of approximately 1/3 acre of land for public right of way (road widening) •  Approximately 1.3 acres of internal public access roadways •  1.7 acres, 9% of the Project, is dedicated Public access •  New and/or improved cross walks (5 total) •  New sidewalks, bike areas, better lighting, and enhanced landscaping •  Restriping of all entrances to and intersections at the project site.
  19. 19. Roadway Improvements•  LWPA will moderately increase traffic, however much of the impacts will be mitigated with new roadway improvements
  20. 20. Draft EIS View Corridor Studies
  21. 21. Draft EIS View Corridor StudyView from Rainbow Bay Marina
  22. 22. Draft EIS View Corridor Study View from Blaisdell Park
  23. 23. Draft EIS View Corridor StudyView from Kaonohi Street – Mauka of H1
  24. 24. Building Height Comparison
  25. 25. Site Section
  26. 26. Alternative 1: Plan Studies
  27. 27. Alternative 2: Plan StudiesAdd Photo Montage from Rainbow Bay Marina
  28. 28. $2.3 Billion economic impact $777 Million direct capital investment980 Jobs Created Annually950 New Permanent Jobs
  29. 29. Draft EIS•  Published December 2011•  Comment period extended to 60 days•  View the Draft EIS at Public Library and Online at www.liveworkplayaiea.com•  Submit written comments to City DPP or PBR Hawaii
  30. 30. Draft EIS Distribution for Review and Comment:Federal Agencies •  Emergency Services Department•  Commander, Navy Region Hawaii •  Honolulu Fire Department•  Department of Housing & Urban Development •  Honolulu Police Department•  Federal Aviation Administration •  Neighborhood Board No. 20 (Aiea)•  Fish & Wildlife Service •  Neighborhood Board No. 21 (Pearl City) •  Oahu Metropolitan Planning OrganizationState of Hawaii Agencies •  Pearlridge Satellite City Hall•  Department of Accounting & General Services•  Department of Business, Economic Development & Elected Officials Tourism (DBED&T) •  Councilmember Nester Garcia, Chair•  DBED&T Office of Planning •  Councilmember Ikaika Anderson, Zoning Chair•  Department of Education •  Councilmember Romy Cachola, Zoning V. Chair•  Aiea Public Library •  Councilmember Breene Harimoto, District 8•  Department of Health •  Senator David Ige•  Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) •  Senator Donna Mercado Kim•  DLNR State Historic Preservation Division •  Senator Glenn Wakai•  Department of Transportation •  Representative Blake Oshiro•  Office of Hawaiian Affairs •  Representative K. Mark Takai•  University of Hawaii Environmental Center •  Representative Aaron Ling JohansonCity & County of Honolulu Agencies Condominiums/Community Organizations•  Honolulu Board of Water Supply •  Aiea Community Association•  Department of Community Services •  Harbor Pointe AOAO•  Department of Emergency Management •  Pacific Village and Pacific Village Annex AOAO•  Department of Design & Construction •  Lelepono AOAO•  Department of Environmental Services •  Pearlridge Square Apartments•  Department of Facility Maintenance •  St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church•  Department of Parks and Recreation •  Friends of Pearl Harbor Historic Trail•  Department of Planning & Permitting •  Hawaii’s Thousands Friends•  Department of Transportation Services •  League of Women Voters •  Life of the Land •  The Outdoor Circle
  31. 31. Live, Work, Play ‘Aiea

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